Links on this page provide a variety of types of forms and information for program participants and their parents. The final link leads to discussion areas where girls (in two separate areas) and their parents (combined in their own forum) can discuss common interests and issues within designated guidelines.
Forms for Registrants
Girls who have been accepted into the program and their parents should complete the following forms and return them to: Program Assistant, Girls Math & Technology Program; College of Education/MS 299; University of Nevada, Reno; Reno, NV 89557.
- Registration Form (for accepted applicants)
Online and downloadable registration forms for girls who have been accepted into the program.
- Participation Agreement
Required form regarding expected summer camp behaviors.
- Consent Forms
Parent/daughter permission forms for participating in the research aspect of this program.
- Participation in a Research Study
- Electronic Bulletin Board
(Note: Completion of the third form is required for participating in the electronic discussion areas.)
- Identification and Emergency Information Form
Form providing health and other information on program participants.
Information for Registrants
Informational documents for girls who have been accepted into the program and for their parents.
- Registrant General Information Sheet
General information for summer camp participants (e.g., registration, housing, and meal information).
- Directions to Campus & Campus Map
Driving directions to UNR, the residence hall, and the College of Education; campus map.
- Packing List for Summer Camp
List of items for participants to bring to the summer camp.
- Sponsor-Seeking Letter
Downloadable letter for individuals to use in seeking sponsors to fund their registration fee.
- Summer Camp Schedules
Daily schedules for the most recent or upcoming summer camp.
"Year 1" Campers (Girls Entering Grade 7)
"Year 2" Campers (Girls Entering Grade 8)
- Summer Camp Spare-Time Options
Participant options available during designated late-afternoon and early-evening spare-time segments during the summer camp.
Separate discussion areas for each group of girls and a joint discussion area for parents; discussion must fall within designated guidelines. Participants may read and add comments at any time without being online simultaneously. Completion of Electronic Bulletin Board form required for participation.
(Note: Year 1 and Year 2 Campers are sent a letter and email invitation with the group code. For an additional copy, please contact the Program Assistant email@example.com. Parents must create a Wikispaces Account, in which a request to join the group option is included).